On August 7, 2007 the Democratic Party candidates were in Chicago to hold a national debate at Soldier Field. Barak Obama scheduled earlier in the day a fundraiser at a restaurant in Chicago's
Pakistani neighborhood on the north side. Many representatives of the Pakistani community held a protest there, opposing his bellicose pronouncements on invading Pakistan if he were elected President. Obama didn't come out to talk to them or to apologize. Later in the day, just outside Soldier Field, anti-war protesters continue to critize Obama, and Kucinich too. 8 minutes.
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